Lindsay Brazell is a local singer-songwriter and performer in the upstate of South Carolina. She is the Greenville Chapter Coordinator of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, and helps facilitate group songwriting activities and retreats in the area for local organizations. She is also a member of the Songwriters Workshop at the Peace Center hosted by Edwin McCain and Maia Sharp each season.
You can find Lindsay's music on all of your favorite streaming platforms.
Lindsay serves as the Associate Choral Director at Dorman High School. She is currently a doctoral candidate pursuing a PhD in Music Education at The University of Southern Mississippi. Previously, she served as the choral director at Hanahan High School in Charleston, South Carolina. Her choirs earned superior ratings at state festivals in both performance and sight reading. She received her Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Choral Music at the College of Charleston and her Bachelor of Arts in Production Studies in Performing Arts from Clemson University. She studied double bass and voice as well as choral conducting.
In addition to high school teaching, Lindsay maintains a private studio of students studying voice, guitar, piano, and mandolin. Her philosophy in teaching is that every student's musical journey is different, so every lesson is designed to meet their goals and aspirations.
Specializing in acoustic artists and groups, Lindsay has polished her home recording skills and has begun taking on small projects for local artists. With Lindsay as your producer, you'll be able to see your song arrangements come to life in a simple, organic way. If you are interested in working with Lindsay, contact her today to start the conversation!